Authored by Yael Bronner
Imagine a theater company on a mission to educate as well as entertain. The Irondale Ensemble does just this, operating as a “performance think tank” and using the theater as a conduit for learning and growth. Irondale delivers performances on thought-provoking topics and works tirelessly to attract the public through its community engagement programs. The ensemble, located in Brooklyn, New York, was formed in 1983 and is composed of 12 members including actors, directors and designers. It is funded by prominent cultural organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts and The New York State Council on the Arts.